41 per cent of BAME employees feel less likely to progress professionally.
Public sector only has 1 per cent of black employees in senior roles.
66 per cent of HR directors are women at FTSE 100 companies.
Predicted that FTSE 100 firms will not hit boardroom diversity targets until 2066.
September 2019, the Government announced it will be recruiting another 20,000 police officers.
How much longer is male boardroom members tenure compared to women?
A new survey from minority ethnic backgrounds exposes unconscious bias in the workplace.
Labour MP Tulip Siddiq has called for businesses to ‘coldly analyse’ the amount of BAME individuals they employ and address any imbalance.
Following our round-up last week of the policies expected to affect the role of the HR professional, we’re delving a little deeper to take a look at what each of the front-running parties is preparing to do with apprentices in the UK.
Black, Asian and minority ethnic workers are over a third more likely than white workers to be stuck in temporary or zero-hours work, according to a new report released by the TUC.
There is a worrying lack of visible business role models for the BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) community, according to new research from diversity-specialist executive search company Audeliss.
BAME employees ‘not on the radar’ of boards, with unconscious bias and ‘old boys’ networks’ to blame Almost three-quarters of senior executives believe their ethnicity or race has had a significant impact on their career, according to a new report which discusses the lack of progress on inclusivity at all levels of business. The study,…
A new research report ‘What do graduates want?’ published today, reveals what over 2000 students studying at UK universities think about their future career prospects.